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... of this means that our trip has had to come to an abrupt end.
We could not have been staying anywhere less convenient for a rapid return
home. We are staying at the very southern tip of Sri Lanka in a pretty remote
spot. This combined with some frenetic and tiresome issues with British Airways
and their website, allied to planes that are allegedly fully booked, meant
that we had to wait 2 or 3 days to secure a seat on a flight to London.
... tide was almost in so not a lot of space. Big waves. A three metre long canoe with an outrigger landed next to us and the three fishermen dragged/carried it up over the high tide mark. The hull must have been a metre high, but the opening along the top was only about 30cm wide, which wouldn't allow anyone to sit inside it. The sat on little offcuts of plank to row.
Clouding over a bit, so there would be no ...
... an expert at these horrendously annoying songs so I'm really excited to show you all back at home). We have to make all our own resources and worksheets which is pretty fun to play teacher. At the end of one of the lessons two of the students touched our feet, which means they respect you and your work. This was so cute and we responded by touching their heads which indicates blessing them. My other favourite project is at a local mental Health hospital. We have a theme that we ...
We woke up early, happy to see the sun was shining for our journey to Negumbo. We started off my traveling about half an hour on a bus to Matara. From here it was meant to be a simple express bus all the way to Columbo, however as with previous journeys, the trip didn't turn out to be simple at all. We got an express bus which took us to a place called Kadwala which was in the middle of nowhere so we had to get another bus to take us to Columbo. This next bus had to be the slowest ...
... the door. More and more people boarded. It was a tight squeeze and very hot. Despite there being no space to even breathe, the conductor still squeezed his way through the bus to collect the fares. When we thought that no one else could fit on, people started to hang off the side of bus. I was thankful that we were on the inside rather than the outside. This bus driver too thought he was a Formula 1 driver so we raced along the ...